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Topic # 81872 19-Apr-2011 15:48
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Hi

I have a letter from a Chinese friend that is hand written and I need translated into English,  it's a single A4 with quite big writing.

Does anybody know of a somewhere that is not too expensive that will translate from a JPEG photo?

Thanks.

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  Reply # 460548 19-Apr-2011 16:17
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Probably be good idea to mention where you are as well.




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  Reply # 460551 19-Apr-2011 16:20
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I'm in christchurch but I can send a jpeg file so it's not a requirement.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 460587 19-Apr-2011 17:41
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Safe to assume it's in Mandarin?




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  Reply # 460658 19-Apr-2011 21:07
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Not relevant since the written language is the same no matter how it's pronounced. More relevant is if it's written in complex forms (HK) or simplified forms (mainland China).




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  Reply # 460661 19-Apr-2011 21:17
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My Wife is Chinese, I will PM you

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  Reply # 460666 19-Apr-2011 21:26
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I am Chinese, should be able to help you too




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  Reply # 460700 19-Apr-2011 22:48
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tdgeek: My Wife is Chinese, I will PM you


thanks tdgeek, for the quick turnaround.

very appreciated.

 

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  Reply # 460701 19-Apr-2011 22:51
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OT: Chinese speaks Mandarin, and written language can either be Traditional Mandarin or Simplified Mandarin, and eat Chinese food with china. *hehe*




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Reply # 460712 19-Apr-2011 23:03
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lchiu7: Not relevant since the written language is the same no matter how it's pronounced. More relevant is if it's written in complex forms (HK) or simplified forms (mainland China).


Good to know.




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  Reply # 460766 20-Apr-2011 08:23
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Why did your friend send you a letter in a language you don't understand?




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